The only thing smoother than this college player's walk-off bat flip is his walk-off strut
For years, baseball players of all sizes have been punctuating moments of triumph with the bat flip -- after all, it's basically the physical manifestation of an exclamation point. But what about those times when a bat flip isn't enough? What if you need two exclamation points? Well, you do what the University of Miami's Willie Abreu did on Friday night. After walking it off against Clemson, he executed a solid bat flip ... and topped it off with one of the greatest home run struts of all-time:
Abreu's opposite-field blast gave Miami a comeback, 9-8 win. The moonwalk to first base: When you're feeling good and want everybody to know it.